This Factsheet gives an overview on how to protect and manage Intellectual Property assets in Mexico with tailored approach to the needs of European SMEs, that will benefit from factual and practical information including formal and substantive requirements or fees, among others.
European SMEs seeking to expand their businesses towards the Latin American region consider the Internet as a preferential channel to do so. With the Internet being such an easy entrance for new products and services, it can also be used by forgers from all over the world as an instrument to sell counterfeit goods or commit any kind of Intellectual Property (IP) frauds.
It is estimated that by 2025 the potential economic impact of IoT around the world will be from € 2.7 billion to 6.2 billion with applications in health, manufacturing, energy, urban infrastructure, security, vehicles and agriculture.
This guide provides an overview of Intellectual Property (IP) protection strategy for EU SMEs specifically on how to be ready before, during and after a trade fair or exhibition in China, South-East Asia and Latin-America.
The Latin American Healthcare market is growing in the pharmaceutical industry as well as in medical equipment, devices and consumables. For the year 2018, healthcare spending in Latin America is estimated at 7.20% of GDP.
Technological cooperation between Europe and Latin America has intensified over the past years. The European Commission has stimulated cooperation through various initiatives such as the participation in EC founded projects or the opening of European Enterprises Network offices in Latin America countries.
This Factsheet gives an overview on how to protect and manage Intellectual Property assets in Central America with tailored approach to the needs of European SMEs, that will benefit from factual and practical information including formal and substantive requirements or fees, among others.